Early career researchers: observing how the new wave of researchers is changing the scholarly communications market

Kirstine's bookmarks 2019-03-02

Summary:

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"The paper presents the early findings from the first two years of the Harbingers research project1, a 3-year-long study of early career researchers (ECRs), the new wave of researchers, which sought to ascertain their current and changing habits with regard to scholarly communications. The study recruited a convenience sample of 116 researchers from seven countries (China, France, Malaysia, Poland, Spain, UK and US) who were subject to repeat, in-depth interviews. Interviews were conducted face-to-face or remotely (via Skype). A major focus of the study was to determine whether ECRs are taking the myriad opportunities proffered by digital innovations, developing within the context Open Science, Open Access and social media to disseminate their research. The paper provides the highlights of the first-year benchmarking exercise and then investigates the strategic changes one year on."

Link:

https://journals.openedition.org/rfsic/4635

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oa.new oa.france oa.uk oa.spain oa.china oa.poland oa.malaysia oa.usa oa.case oa.interviews oa.universities oa.impact oa.jif oa.french oa.open_science oa.hei oa.metrics oa.ecr

Date tagged:

03/02/2019, 14:34

Date published:

03/02/2019, 09:34